Teeth Whitening

 

Do you smile with your mouth closed because of discoloration or
stained teeth? We should all be proud of our teeth and show off
those pearly whites!

What is in-office Teeth Whitening?

In-office teeth whitening is the most popular cosmetic dental procedure in the world. More effective and safer than home use systems containing low-dose bleaching agents. In-office teeth whitening takes place under carefully monitored conditions that allow safe, controlled, painless use of a relatively high concentration of bleaching gel with immediate visible results.

Protects gum and tooth sensitivity.

It is the safest teeth whitening method.

In-office type teeth whitening is the fastest teeth whitening method.

Do you smile with your mouth closed because of discoloration or stained teeth? We should all be proud of our teeth and show off those pearly whites! Sometimes, no matter how much we brush, our teeth look grey and boring.

Don’t feel bad if your teeth aren’t as white as they used to be. Aging, food and drink, and smoking can adversely affect our teeth and make them stained and yellowed. If you are in this situation, you should choose the office type teeth whitening method. Successful dentists of Orident are waiting for you to have a free examination for office teeth whitening.

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Is Teeth Whitening Harmful?

Because teeth whitening is fast, predictable, and relatively inexpensive, it is fast becoming one of the most common cosmetic dental procedures. However, our patients often ask us, “Is teeth whitening harmful?”. The answer is no, teeth whitening is a very safe procedure.

Teeth whitening is a very safe procedure with few known side effects. The most common side effect experienced is sensitivity, which is temporary and disappears quickly after the bleaching process is stopped. If your teeth start to become very sensitive during the procedure, we recommend taking a break for a few days and then restart.

Studies have shown that the entire bleaching process, when done by a dentist, has the same effect as drinking a single can of Coke. Therefore, you can be sure that it is completely safe. However, we avoid the treatment of pregnant or breastfeeding women.
If you want to learn more about whitening your teeth, give us a call and we will be happy to assist you.

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Why Us?

Human-Centered Approach

Accessibility, continuity and patient-oriented approach are the basis of a successful treatment process.

Specialist Team

Applications are planned at a professional level, with a scientific perspective.

Custom Design

With the blending of medicine, technology and art, our ideal is to restore your natural smile.

What are the Advantages of Teeth Whitening Treatment?

Your smile says a lot about you and plays an important role in the first impressions other people get of you. Showing an attractive smile also makes you feel better. However, if your teeth are stained or otherwise discolored, it will definitely make you feel more comfortable to bring them out with a radiant smile.

Compared to over-the-counter teeth whitening products, professional teeth whitening by a dentist provides stunning results quickly by brightening both the enamel and your underlying tooth in a procedure tailored to your individual needs.

We have compiled 8 benefits of professional teeth whitening treatment to help you decide if this simple dental aesthetic treatment is right for you.

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8 Benefits of Professional Teeth Whitening Treatment

Safer Treatment

Protects your oral health

Increases your self-confidence

A Support for Your Professional Life

A Brighter and More Effective Smile

Professional Teeth Whitening Method is special for you

The whitening method applied by dentists is long-lasting

It gives fast results; your teeth can be whitened in a single appointment

In Which Situations Is Teeth Whitening Applied?

There may be several reasons for having teeth whitening treatment. These reasons are different for everyone. As our hair and skin color changes, so does the color of our teeth. Few people have bright white teeth, and as we get older, our teeth can acquire more color and stain and lose their whiteness.

Your teeth can also become surface stained by foods and beverages such as tea, coffee, red wine, and currants. Smoking can also stain teeth. ‘Stone’ or tartar can also affect the color of your teeth. Some people may have stains below the surface that can be caused by certain antibiotics or by tiny cracks in the teeth that keep stains.

In order to get rid of stains on your teeth, smile with shining teeth with a healthy mouth and teeth structure and regain your self-confidence, we recommend teeth whitening treatment in company with dentists.

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Before&After

FAQ

How long does the effect of teeth whitening last?

It varies according to the frequency of the patient’s consumption of food and drink and the color of the bone. Its effect lasts for a maximum of one and a half years.

How soon can I get the result of the whitening process?

The whitening process takes one hour in total. However, the full set of the color can be seen clearly only after a week.

Will I feel pain while whitening?

Absolutely no pain. There may be sensations similar to a 1-second electric shock during the whitening process and within a week afterward. These are signs of lightening of the color.

What should I pay attention to after whitening?

After bleaching, the color reaction takes up to 24 hours. For this reason, foods and beverages that give color (wine, foods with tomato paste, lemon, orange, tea, foods with curry sauce, etc.) should be avoided in the first 24 hours. Smoking should be strictly avoided.

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